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The 



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ELSIE V. HARRIDGE 



Dedication 



For her willingness to go out of her way to help us at any time with 
any problem, no matter how small; for her invaluable and often unre- 
cognized assistance with dances, Mirror, Purp, opera, Vaudeville, ban- 
quets, and G.A.A.; for her constant attention to a job to make sure that 
it is done well; for her never-ending patience and her ready smile; for 
her devotion to us and to the school; we, the Senior Class of 1960, grate- 
fully dedicate our Mirror to Mrs. Elsie V. Harridge. 



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/// M^^oriam 




Mrs. Theo 0. Dose' 



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Faculty 



NATHANIEL S. FRENCH 

Headmaster 

History 



GEORGE F. ELDREDGE 

Head of Lower and 

Middle Schools 

English 




LEWIS A. TAYLOR 
Mathematics 



WILLIAM W. TALLEY 

Science 

Mathematics 



MICHAEL A. POST 

Dean of Boys 

English 



VIRGINIA S. DEANE 

Dean of Faculty 

Dean of Girls 

History 




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ROY PORTERFIELD 
Mathematics 



JOSEPH A. LICATA 
Science 



KARLA LANDAU 
German 




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PERRY D. SMITH 
Health Education 



martin J. Mccarty 

Physical Education 
Science 





Office Staff 



SEATED: Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Zimmerman, Mrs. Talley. 

STANDING: Miss Brunner, Mrs. Harridge, Mr. Bergen, Mr. Aggens, Mrs. Modisett. 

ABSENT: Mrs. Joseph. 




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Middle School Faculty 

SEATED: Miss Ingram, Mrs. Hahn, Miss Bolster, Miss Brandes. 
STANDING: Mr. Nold, Mr. Eldredge, Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Steel, Mr. Ostror 




Lower School Faculty 

CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT: Miss Renoe, Miss Brandes, Mrs. Bockius, Mrs. Meglitz, Mrs. 
Nold, Mr. Eldredge, Mrs. Porterfield, Mrs. Cadenhead, Miss Collingbourne, Mrs. Griswold 
(Secretary), Miss Lund, Mrs. Kratz, Mrs. Bleloch, Mrs. Hahn. 



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Seniors 




JAMES RAPHAEL BECK 

"O - Boal;" Aspen; Would like to be a bum; Co- 
operative; Likes: the world; Dislikes: the North 
Shore social climbers; Usually at the drive-in; 
Ambition: to- make a lot of money. 



Beck-o 





ROBIN TODD BENSON 

"Let me sleep;" Acting; Would like to play Lady 
Macbeth; Dangerous driver; First to get married; 
Ambitious; Usually sleeping or eating; Blank; 
Ambition: to be an actress. 




Robie 



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STEWART BOAL, JR. 

"Suck!!;" St. Louis; Would like to fly a kite; Dis- 
likes: girls at North Shore Country Day School; 
Aspen; Jeepster; Ambition: to be a bum. 



Stub 





VIRGINIA CLARKE CASPARI 

"Get serious!;" Would like to stay calm at all 
times; Likes: fighting with Estelle; Dislikes: 
people who think I'm sarcastic; Usually waiting 
for Linda Fay; Ambition: to put Evanston back 
on the north shore. 




Ginny 




PETER HUTCHISON DARROW 

"Non capisco!" Would like to sing the lead in 
"Tosca" in the Terme di Caracella after one of 
Locke's Coke and Cognacs; Likely to succeed; 
Flirt; Wants to "out-Chancel" John (Lord) Web- 
ster. Ambition: to let Bob Strong out-think me. 



Darminof 




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MARGARET COSLER 

"I disagree Mr. Post;" Likely to succeed; Would 
like to be with Jean and Vicki sitting in chorus; 
Likes: defending myself at slumber parties; Dis- 
likes: people who comment on my height, gym; 
Usually at Purp printers; Ambition: to be a non- 
conformist like all the others. 





Peg 




Wally 



ROBERT PHELPS DAVIS 

"What's the story Amos?;" Would like to be Ron 
Burton's body guard; Best dressed; The nose; 
Likes: my car, my glass packs, North Carolina, 
Tennessee; Usually analyzing the sporting world 
with Nick Engels; Ambition: to dunk. 







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JEAN CHRISTINE EKMAN 

"Am I very late?;" Would like to be in Arizona 
or at an H. M. P. C. meeting; Likes: Choral 
Group, unorganized people; Absent minded; Us- 
ually adding to the list with Margot; First to get 
married; Ambition: to be water skiing queen of 
Three Lakes. 




Chean 



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BRUCE ALEXANDER EVERETT 

"Here we go again;" Would like to be a million- 
aire so I can do what I want; Harvard; Likes: Re- 
nault Dauphines; Dislikes: Volkswagens; Noodles; 
Usually walking through the mud between the 
High School and the gym; Ambition: to collect 
last year's dues. 



Bruce 





LINDA JANE FAY 

"Great Minerva!" Would like to be tutoring Mr. 
Licata in Lab; Aspen; Friendly; "Courage, Wo- 
man;" Gray Fox; Molly; Ambition: to teach an 
Advanced Mathematics course at M. I. T. 




Linda 




COLIN CLEOTE GRAHAM 

;" Reserved; Likes: silence; Dislikes: 
crowds; Philosopher; Harvard; Studious; Puns; 
Ambition: to see the Mirror make more money 
than the Purp loses. 



Semi- 




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MARGOT TOWNSEND FRAKER 

"Suave;" Would like to be on a sandy beach on 
a certain island; Likes: people who like old cars 
and short Morning Ex's; Dislikes: conceited 
people and people who misjudge drive-ins; Usual- 
ly trying to get organized; Ambition: to talk 
Lynne out of her "Reform Movement." 




Mitz 




ROGER SULLIVAN GRIFFIN 

"How much?" Likes: money, the stock market; 
Dislikes: school; "Shall we go to school today 
Joe?" Football, basketball, baseball; "Who's the 
greatest of them all? - ME!" Usually counting 
money at the stock market; Ambition: to be Nic's 
chauffer. 



Rog 





FREDERICA SIEBER GARDNER 

"I'm sorry . . . ;" Would like to conquer my back 
seat driver habit; Confused and unorganized; 
Likes: sincere people, tennis players (preferably 
males.) Dislikes: various T.V. commercials, being 
tall, two-faced people; Usually getting Jeanie 
Wright into trouble; Ambition: to be classified as 
a normal, red-blooded, American GIRL. 




Freddy 



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RUFFIN KIRBY HARRIS 

"Live! Live! Live!" Likes: "les femmes fatales;" 
Void; Aspen; "In my opinion. . ." Would like to 
be sleeping; Usually sleeping; Ambition: to live, 
live, live. 



Ruff 





RUTH HALL HARDY 

"Well. . .!" Wants to be one who separates red 
and white corpuscles; Likes: the wide open 
spaces; Dislikes: amusing jokes about which I 
cannot publicly laugh; Would like to be at that 
little Indian Tepee; Usually attempting to forget 
all worldly cares; Ambition: to improve my health 
and pursue color. 




Growth 




JAMES WILLIAM HOLLAND III 

"Hi, Sweets!" Wine, women, and jazz; "Shut up, 
Wavering;" Dislikes loud underclassmen on Mon- 
day mornings; "The world's a great thing if you 
don't weaken, but who's that strong?" Ambition: 
to neck underwater with an aqualung on. 



Tiger 




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VICTORIA JACKSON 

"Get with it kid!;" Would like to be an intellect- 
ual; Likes: small, dark, secluded places with at- 
mosphere, girl scout delights, onion dips, and 110 
sail boats; Dislikes: onion soup; Out of this world; 
Usually found in some lost and found depart- 
ment; Ambition:; to join the Senior girls' Choral 
Group. 





Jackie 




HARLEY HUTCHINS 

"Fungi;" Likely to succeed; Ambition: "Co-95721 
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Best personality; Dislikes: popular pseudo-musi- 
cal attempts; Ambition: to sing first bass. 



Hutch 





ANDRONIKE ELIZABETH JANUS 

"Hi!" Would like to be a good historian; "Let's 
go!" Tres gai; Likes: the polka, Senior boys, sting- 
er; "How neat!" Usually around people or stamp- 
ing on grapes in the bathtub; Ambition: to blast 
off and go in orbit. 




Nike 



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LEE SIMON KANES 

"What're you doing after school today, Ruffin?;" 
The Philosopher; Serious; Doesn't want to state 
dislikes as most of them have legs; Ambition: to 
graduate. 



Lee 





LUCINDA KINGERY 

"I'm from NSCDS and we were wondering if . . ." 
Ads; Would like to play a fast game of tennis 
with Jean; Likes: palm trees, mail, Cape Cod; 
Dislikes: sarcasm, Midwest; Margot's annual loss 
of voice; Wants to conauer Zumbyes with Nan- 
cy; "Simply divine;" Wants to be in Bermuda at 
the right time; Ambition: to once again be in tent 
43, killing spiders. 







Cindy 





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JONATHAN QUINCY LOEB 

"Just call me God;" Would like to be dead; Likes: 
me, sports, math, a certain H. P. girl; Dislikes: 
the grading system, Police, referees; "GEES am 
I great?!?" Usually parking, shooting the .... 
somewhere in Highwood, or just messing with 
the H. P. (delinquents ) friends; Ambition: to 
someday coach Tip-Toe at N. U. 



Libby 




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GEORGIA ESTELLE MILLER 

"I am not flustered;" Would like to be coordina- 
ted; Aspen; Montana; Likes: train trips, red par- 
kas, earthquakes, fighting with Ginny; Dislikes: 
diets; Calm, cool, and collected; Usually looking 
for "Purps"; Ambition: to win a certain bet with 
Mamie. 





Estelle 





NICHOLAS MAREMONT 

"What - me worry?" Would like to be intransit; 
Teddy's house; Independent; Aspen; Usually 
somewhere else; Ambition: to join Dr. Schweitzer 
for the benefit of mankind. 



Nic 





NANCY BELLE NEUMANN 

"OK, Marg, admit it;" Would like to be at Yale; 
Likes: Dr. Landau, Military Cadets; Best per- 
sonality; Happy contemplation of future days; 
Wants to conquer Zumbyes with Cindy; "No, 
Virginia, I will not work it up!" Talented; Usual- 
ly taking people home, going to Committee meet- 
ings; Ambitions: to out-claw Virginia in a nail 
battle. 




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RICHARD LAKE MERRICK, JR. 

"Track!" Would like to be in Mr. Bockius' His- 
tory class; "Gees-o-Pete;" Worst driver; Flirt; 
"Oh, Bulltweedy!" Photos; Usually nowhere do- 
ing nothing; Ambition: to play football with 
Johnny Unitas. 



Rickus 





PATRICIA MAE OSTROM 

"How interesting;" Would like to do something 
scientific to help catch those Russians; Reserved; 
"Where's my purse?" Likes: exercises, hockey, 
kittens, most everything; Dislikes: strong pre- 
judice, closed minds, squash, pessimism; Opti- 
mistic; "Yes, you may borrow my comb;" Stu- 
dious; Ambition: to accomplish something use- 
ful or creative. 




Patty 




PHILIP WYATT MOORE III 

"My God, I'm sick!?" Would like to go on to fur- 
ther athletic acclaim on the squash team; Likes: 
some girls; Dislikes: the other girls; Indecision; 
Usually playing cards (figuratively speaking), 
Ambition: to beat Harley in the Russian Invi- 
tational Piano Contest. 



Moo- bar 




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MARGOT ADELE SHEESLEY 

"But Nance. . .;" Would like to win just one bet 
with Francis and live in the southwest; Best 
dressed; Likes: back-scratching, Le Momartre, 
dancing with Mr. Bockius; Dislikes: those who 
don't enjoy life; Usually engaged in questionable 
activity with associates; Ambition: to spend an- 
other fun filled fourteen at North Shore. 





RILEY JOHN MORGAN 

"Moving;" Would like to be in an English Ford; 
Friendly; Likes: "Moppet," pizza, Encyclopedias, 
Freud, Plato; Dislikes: women, hacking off, and 
girdles; "Swinging;" Usually out in left field or 
stamping on grapes in . . . .'s bathtub; Ambition: 
to be in orbit. 



Dirty 





BEVERLY JILL TRIESCHMANN 

"I'm in love!" Would like to run a Chinese laun- 
dry "South of the Border;" Flirt; Eyelashes; 
Likes: foreign men; Dislikes: my position as, 
shortest and oldest girl in the high school; Gay; 
Ambition: to once again be in tent 43, killing 
spiders." 




Jil! 



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STEPHEN JOHN PARSHALL 

"Nichevo;" Would like to be in Giant City State 
Park; Likes: wine, women, and aromatic hydro- 
carbons; Dislikes: constructive advice and people 
who ask me "How's the bugs?" Usually trying 
to establish some semblance of order out of hope- 
less Chaos, or orbiting around campus; Ambi- 
tion: to conduct the North Shore Philharmonic 
in Orchestra Hall. 



Parsh 





LYNNE ANN WAVERING 

"But Virginia, I don't want to marry it;" Would 
like to be off campus; Likes: Three Lakes, Bosch, 
intellectuals, Missouri, playing games; Dislikes: 
Jim Beck, the Charleston; Wants to be the first 
woman in space; Usually passing the loving cup 
around; Ambition: to convince Marnie that Three 
Lakes is better than Castle Park. 




Francis 




JOHN O. SCHNERING 

"Non capisco;" Would like to climb the Jung- 
frau with a bottle of white wine; "Hell no, Rog, 
Post would have a stroke;" Dislikes: the Mirror 
Staff, Intellectual Barbarianism; "God knows;" 
Reserved; Ambition: to pay my Junior dues. 



Schninks 




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ALICE LEVERETT WILDER 



"But I AM shouting!" Would like to be a hog 
caller; Aspen; Likes: certain grapes on a Vine- 
yard, college weekends; Dislikes: people who ask 
me how tall I am, insects in my tomato juice, 
certain Senior boys who call; Usually giggling, 
eating, stalled on the Oak St. bridge; Ambition: 
to fulfill my conspiracy against a certain Senior 
boy. 




Shark 




WILLIAM FETCHER STEEL 



"Good morning!" Would like to ski all winter, 
sail all summer; Williams; Mirror; Aspen; Likes: 
Madame Valvo, Frosh girls, tout le monde; Dis- 
likes: deadlines; "Bon jour, Madame!" Studious; 
Cooperative; Usually trying to do too many things 
at once; Ambition: to get this thing published. 



Biff 





MARGARET HEAD WINSTON 

"I don't mean to say anything, but. . ." Would 
like to be a diplomat in Russia, go on a world 
cruise; Likes: college weekends, summer acquain- 
tances, travel; Dislikes: waiting for graduation, 
exams, insincerity, people who always complain 
(me!); Michigan; "Beaucoup de chance!" Usually 
beseiging "Doc" with off campus excuses; Ambi- 
tion: to convince Lynne that Castle Park is better 
than Three Lakes. 




Ms 



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JEAN CAMPBELL WRIGHT 

"Kino popo;" Wants to be a social worker and an 
intellectual; Likes: the North Woods; Preoccu- 
pied; Would like to be in the Scotch highlands 
where the rolled r is a common thing; Coopera- 
tive; Usually in the Physics lab asking Mr. Talley 
for help; Ambition: not to sing tenor in the grad- 
uation program. 




Jeanie 




JOHN PHILIP WEBSTER 

"Humbug;" Would like to be on throne of own 
Empire; "How droll;" Likes: music, art, litera- 
ture, and a few select people (including me); Dis- 
likes: Babbitts, boors, barbarians, bigots, and any- 
thing or anyone that gets in my way; "Balder- 
dash;" Talented; Usually in an argument, win- 
ning; Ambition: to do as I please. 



John 




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Juniors 



FRONT ROW: J. Loomis, F. Kelley, J. Westrich, A. Huebner, B. Spindell, J. Dern. 

2nd ROW: J. Wilson, H. Pirie, D. Rathbun ,S. Dick, V. Moreschi, F. Turner, C. Burke, D. 

Magnuson. 

3rd ROW: T. Ostrom, C. Shotwell, S. Shapiro, L. Stratford, L. Ames, M. Sperling, J. Rant, 

L. Borchert, K. Capron, H, Drake. 

BACK ROW: L. Spitz, B. Merrick ,A. Smith, B. Allison, B. Kopple, P. Mitchell, P. Bradt- 

miller, K. Osgood, C. Kern. 

ABSENT: P. Magie, H. Scribner. 



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Sophomores 



FRONT ROW: L. Howe, P. McKinney, J. Burdick, S. Sewell, P. May, C. Ingersoll, C. Ben- 
son, P. Lang, M. Fay, L. Doolittle, B. Berndtson, P. Ferry, C. Strong, N. Kneibler, J. Ferry, 
A. Darrow, A. Lewis, M. Foote, J. Rutherford, L. Moore, J. Brew, S. Ware, S. Hamill. 
ON STAIRS: S. Dayton, D. Reidy, S. Russ, E. Freund, R. Preston, J. Canel, R. Cahan, J. 
Strong, F. Bowes, B. Brickman, B. Gottschalk, G. Mercer, T. GeragMty, J. Howe, D. Hoff- 
man, L. Jennings, J. French, F. Deknatel, R. Fall, P. Young, T. Boal. 
ABSENT: C. Hunt, O. Borge. 




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Freshmen 



FRONT ROW: C. Burton, B. Kneibler, S. Coburn, C. Walk, K. O'Brien, T. Donaldson, S. 

Merrick. 

2nd ROW: M. Wartman, P. Eldridge, R. Basile, B. Bartholomay, N. Osgood, A. Coulter, M. 

Sisskind, J. Callander, L. Morgan, G. Fraker. 

3rd ROW: B. Winston, B. Schupmann, M. J. Newman, H. Geraghty, A. Fisher, S. Hawx- 

hurst, R. Knopf, D. Ranney. 

STANDNG: B. Schilling, G. Schulz, L. Clark, W. Pugh, J. Delaney, R. Foote, J. Gillispie, 

T. Dietzgen ,C. Cummings, E. Rockwell, L. McCarty, M. Schnering, S. Denson, T. Harris, 

T. Loeb. 

ABSENT: M. Tobey, M. Krause. 



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Eighth Grade 



FRONT ROW: R. Guenzel, B. Groves, J. Reidy, S. Hunt, N. Scribner, D. Cooper, M. Cham- 
bers. 

2nd ROW: I. Benoist, D. Strong, J. Fletcher, N. Boal, S. Sommer, D. Strong, S. Fitzmorris, 
J. Doolittle, R. Dear. 

3rd ROW: N. Babson, P. Vainder, T. Moore, B. Stanton, P. Pettingell, J. Boyd, R. Hamill, 
0. Huston, L. Miller. 

BACK ROW: J. Brew, S. Kopple, J. Alsdorf, H. Potter, C. Lunding, M. Cain, M. Paul, D. 
Johnston, J. Miller, G. Stern, J. Drake. 



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Seventh Grade 



FRONT ROW: B. A. Cohler, A. Young, J. Berglund, E. Howe. 

2nd ROW: D. Philipsbprn, M. Morse, L. Dose, B. Davis, G. Dammann, F. Fall, C. Groves, 

H. Donaldson, S. Price. 

3rd ROW: P. Bowes, L. Mitchell, L. Moore, G. Burnell, B. Scribner, B. Ratcliffe, L. Gris- 

wold. 

4th ROW: T. Brown, M. Lynde, R. Montgomery, B. Ware. 

BACK ROW: J. Benson, J. Darrow, B. Hutchins ,J. Chamberlin. 

ON RGHT: A. French, K. Freund, P. Kimball, M. Mickey, J. Caine. 

ABSENT: L. Reidy, J. Gardner, B. Geraghty. 




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Sixth Grade 



FRONT ROW (KNEELING): R. Paul, B. Wilcox, R. Mortimer, C. Johnson, R. Weary, S. 

Babson, T. Mouzakeotis, H. Stern 

2nd ROW: C. Wilkinson, G. Foltz, G. Quaal, C. Hawxhurst, A. Purinton, J. Hetenyi, M. 

Brickman, J. Sperling, C Howard, J. Drake, T. Fitzmorris, J. Gordon, G. Barber. 

BACK ROW: E. Kent, B. Wells, C. Hurd, K. Seibold, S, Elliott, C. Schreiner, B. Bulger, P. 

Wilson. 

ABSENT: L. Durham, C. Schweppe, J. Swift. 



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FRONT ROW: S. Pettingell, R. Mayer, P. Benson, G. Berglund, J. Moreschi, M. Jack, C. 

Victor, S. Barber, A. Milliken, P. Logan. 

2nd ROW: F. Winston, C. Ewen, H. Millard, C. Coburn, D. Vainder, S. Wilson, C. Gardner. 

BACK ROW: L. Dille, D. Ingersoll, T. Burdick. 

ABSENT: B. Dick, S. Cranage. 

TEACHER: Miss Zoe Lund. 

WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FORWARD TO IN MIDDLE SCHOOL? 



Carolyn Coburn - Hockey. 

Gloria Berglund - Hockey. 

Susie Cranage - The teachers. 

Elizabeth Dick - Lunch. 

Lorraine Dille - Staying longer at school and 
changing classes. 

Camilla Ewen - Sports. 

Amelia Milliken - Lunch and hockey. 

Deborah Vainder - Hockey. 

Carolyn Victor - Lunch and hockey. 

Francie Winston - Lunch, boys, and parties. 

Steve Barber - Spelling. 



Peter Benson - I'm looking backward at work. 

Tony Burdick - Sports. 

Charles Gardner - Football. 

David Ingersoll - Straight E's. 

Martin Jack - I'm looking for my name spelled right. 

Paul Logan - Getting lunches by myself. 

Robert Mayer - Arithmetic. 

Hyde Millard - Nothing in particular. 

John Moreschi - Nothing. 

Stuart Pettingell - Arithmetic. 

Stuart Wilson - More homework. 



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WHAT FAMOUS PERSON WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE? 



Michelle Booz - Queen Elizabeth. 
Alison Conant - Patty Ann Geraghty. 
Katherine Gait - A doctor. 
Nina Goode - Shirley Temple as a big girl. 
Linda Levy - Donna Reed. 
Betsey Purinton - Lucille Ball. 
Barbara Shafer - Heidi. 
Katherine Thomas - Dinah Shore. 
Ann Thompson - Dinah Shore. 



Kim Daro - Dennis the Menace. 

William Fletcher - Frankenstein. 

William Harridge - Walt Disney. 

Ken Hawxhurst - Lou Costello. 

Tim Loeb - A scientist. 

Fred Loomis - The first man in space. 

James Sanders - Dennis the Menace. 

Robert Stern - Toni Sailer. 

William Sturgis - A scientist. 

Peter Thompson - Dennis the Menace. 



Fourth Grade 



FRONT ROW: K. Hawxhurst, R. Stern, K. Thomas, B. Purinton, N. 

Gait, L. Levy, K. Daro, P. Thompson. 

BACK ROW: J. Sanders ,W. Fletcher, A. Thompson, T. Loeb, M. Boo: 

gis, W. Harridge. 

ABSENT: B. Shafer. 

TEACHER: Miss Kathleen Collingbourne. 




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Third Grade 



FRONT ROW: D. LeBolt, W. Morse, S. Barber, J. Wolf, J. Stibolt, L. Botthof, E. Lynde, 

M. Hannaford. 

2nd ROW: J. Wilson, L. Brown, M. Millard, N. Swift, A. Searle, P. Faucett, C. Weary. 

STANDING: J. Victor, W. Comstock, M. Sewell, L. Breuer. 

ABSENT: E. Gardner, M. Geraghty. 

TEACHER: Miss Marlene Neumann. PRESENT TEACHER: Mrs. Mildred Cadenhead. 



WHAT DO YOU WANT THE MOST? 



Linda Breuer - A dog. 
Eleanore Gardner - Piano Lessons. 
Miriam Geraghty - A hamster. 
Mary Hannaford - A rag doll. 
Elizabeth Lynde - A book. 
Anne Searle - A baby puppy dog. 
Mary Ann Sewell - A Patty Doll. 
Nancy Swift - A kitten. 
Cornelia Weary - Some more dolls. 
Mary Millard - A Tiny Tears Doll. 
Wylly Ann Morse - A horse! 



Lance Botthof - A Ferrari. 

Louis Brown - A go-cart. 

William Comstock - A bike. 

Philip Faucett - An electric set with stoplights 
and things like that. 

Richard LeBolt - A bike. 

John Stibolt - A train. 

John Victor - A movie camera and projector. 

James Wilson - A gasoline airplane. 

Jonathan Wolf - An electric train. 

Scott Barber - A surprise. 



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WHERE WOULD YOU MOST LIKE TO GO? 



Ruth Burnell - Mexico. 
Andy Goldstein - Florida. 
Ruth Mayer - Florida. 
Elizabeth Perkins - Florida. 
Laurie Schmitt - Hawaii. 
Martha Weisberg - Indonesia. 
Laurie Sue Lipman - Japan. 
Christine Reinhold - Texas. 
George Booz - France. 
Howard Conant - China. 
Michael Dering - Mexico. 



Stephen Geering - Switzerland. 
Fred Goode - Georgia. 
Edwin Gordon - Florida. 
James Leslie - Cleveland. 
Mark Nash - California 
Michael Post - Florida. 
David Schweppe - Florida. 
Dean Turner - Alabama. 
Davidge Warfield - Texas. 
William Wirtz - Florida. 



Second Grade 



FRONT ROW: A. Goldstein, S. Geering, M. Nash, L. Lipman, E. Gordon, J. Leslie. 
2nd ROW: D. Warfield, W. Wirtz, D. Schweppe, E. Perkins, D. Turner, L. Schmitt, C. Rein- 
hold. 

BACK ROW: M. Dering, M. Post, R. Burnell, R. Mayer, F. Goode, H. Conant. 
ABSENT: M. Weisberg, G. Booz. 
TEACHER: Miss Frances Renoe. 




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First Grade 



FRONT ROW: A. Dering, H. Johnson, R. Reinschreiber, M. Ware, J. Pink, S. Callander, 

J. Flynn. 

BACK ROW: M. Milliken, B. Post, D. Kuzmiak ,A. Hurd, S. Reinsberg, A. Howard. 

ABSENT: J. Buckley, J. Peterson, G. Wirtz, G. Searle. 

TEACHER: Mrs. Andrea Nold. 



WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE WHEN YOU GROW UP? 



Joy Buckley - A mother. 

Sean Callander - A lion. 

Ann Howard - A plain old mother. 

Alison Hurd - A teacher. 

Barbara Post - A nurse. 

Marianne Ware - A mother. 

Gail Wirtz - A teacher. 

Jean Petersen - A mother. 

Sharon Reinsberg - A ballet dancer. 



Anthony Dering - A farmer. 

James Flynn - A battleship man. 

Herbert Johnson - In the Air Force. 

Douglas Kuzmiak - A lieutenant in the Navy. 

Mark Milliken - A pilot. 

Jerald Pink - A jet man. 

Robert Reinschreiber - A greeting card man. 

Gideon Searle - A doctor. 



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IF YOU HAD TEN CENTS, WHAT WOULD YOU BUY? 



Virginia Boone - A Christmas present. 

Bobbe Ann Greenspon - A new dress. 

Nancy Lipinsky - A book. 

Julie Macy - A doll. 

Carrie Maynard - A leotard. 

Peter Dammann - A balloon. 



Lucy Morse - A Christmas tree. 

Jeff Eldredge - A pair of pants. 

Michael Jones - Some new blocks for the room. 

Robert Stibolt - A Christmas present. 

Milton Treshansky - A new pair of shoes. 

Page Schreiner - A toy. 



Senior Kindergarten 



CLOCKWISE FROM BOTTOM: N. Lipinsky, P. Schreiner, B. Greenspon, L. Morse, P. 
Dammann, J. Macy, J. Eldredge, M. Treshansky, R. Stibolt. 
ABSENT: V. Boone, C. Maynard, M. Jones. 
TEACHERS: Mrs. Carol Meglitz, Mrs. Ellen Bockius. 




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Junior Kindergarten 

LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Perkins, A. Benoist, C. Post, M. Matthews, H. Joseph, A. Morse, L. 
Fields, P. Salisbury. 

ABSENT: K. Kirchdorfer, G. Buckley, P. Geraghty, W. Hines, B. Lipman, J. Pynchon. 
TEACHER: Mrs. Margaret Bleloch. 



WITH WHAT DO YOU MOST LIKE TO PLAY? 



Anne Benoist - A doll. 

Kathy Kirchdorfer - A horsie. 

Ann Morse - Blocks. 

Caroline Post - Blocks. 

Pat Salisbury - Dolls. 

Glen Buckley - Blocks. 

Louis Fields - Big building blocks. 



Peter Geraghty - Trucks. 
William Hines - Electric trains. 
Harold Joseph - A horse. 
Brandon Lipman - Blocks. 
Matthew Matthews - Blocks. 
Jerry Perkins - Blocks. 
Jay Pynchon - Trains. 



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Activities 










.dner, attendar 







Mirror Staff 

SEATED: B. Steel, M. Sheesley; (Co-Editors). 
STANDING: R. Merrick, C. Kingery, C. Graham, R. Morgan. 




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Student Council - First Term 



LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Ingersoll, L. Jennings, W. Pugh, S. Coburn, K. Osgood, J. Strong, M. 
Foote, J. Beck, J. Schnering (President), P. Ostrom (Secretary), R. Morgan (Vice-President), 
H. Drake (Treasurer), B. Davis, M. Winston, L. Wavering. 
ABSENT: L. Ames. 




Student Council - Second Term 

LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Walk, J. Strong, L. Jennings, E. Miller, C. Ingersoll, H. Drake (Trea- 
surer), P. Moore, B. Davis, K. Osgood (President), M. Winston, L. Spitz, L. Ames (Vice- 
president), P. Magie (Secretary). 
ABSENT: C. Burke, M. Wartman. 



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Purp Staff 



FRONT ROW: P. Moore, E. Miller, C. Kern, L. Fay, P. Cosier (Co-Editor), J. Trieschmann, 

H. Hutchins (Co-Editor). 

BACK ROW: S. Shapiro, L. Wavering, N. Janus, N. Neumann, J. Ekman, J. Loeb. 




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Girls' Athletic Association - First Term 

FRONT ROW: C. Kern, M. Fraker, V. Jackson, E. Rockwell, L. Borchert. 

BACK ROW: N. Neumann (Vice-President), J. Wright (President), G. Caspari (Secretary- 
Treasurer), M. Sheesley, P. Lang. 
ABSENT: P. Magie. 




Girls' Athletic Association - Second Term 



FRONT ROW: A. Huebner, M. Fraker. 

2nd ROW: A. Lewis, N. Neumann, C. Kern, J. Trieschmann, C. Kingery. 
BACK ROW: J. Wright, N. Osgood, G. Caspari, F. Gardner. 



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Orchestra 



SEATED: 0. Huston, R. Montgomery, L. Dose, P. Pettingell, L. Mitchell, P. Wilson, J. 

Darrow. 

STANDING: S. Shapiro, Mr. Allison, L. Ames, L. Fay. 

ABSENT: S. Parshall, C. Johnson. 




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A Cappella 



SEATED: C. Burton, C. Walk. 

STANDING: C. Kern, F. Gardner, J. Wright, S. Shapiro, C. Strong, H. Geraghty, L. Ames, 

M. Sheesley, P. McKinney, S. Dayton. 

BACK ROW: M. J. Newman, M. Sperling, P. Mitchell, R. Hardy. 




Ensemble 



SEATED: J. Westrich. 

STANDING: P. Young, S. Dick, J. Beck, L. Morgan, K. Osgood, F. Turner, C. Graham, S. 

Parshall, P. Darrow, B. Bartholomay. 

BACK ROW: R. Basile, B. Strong. 



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Stage Crew 



LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Reidy, B. Spindell, K. Capron, R. Merrick, R. Benson, J. Beck. 




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Morning Exercise Committee 



SEATED: R. Harris, C. Strong, S. Shapiro. 

STANDING: J. Loomis, C. Cummings, G. Schulz, M. Sperling (Chairman), N Janus 

ABSENT: T. Boal. 




Current Events 



FRONT ROW: N. Janus, M. Winston, Co-Chairman. 

2nd ROW: J. Loeb, M. Tobey, C. Kingery, A. Wilder. 

3rd ROW: P. Moore, H. Pirie, A. Huebner, G. Caspari, L. Wavering 

4th ROW: F. Kelley, Miss Deane, M. J. Newman, E. Miller, C. Walk. 

BACK ROW: C. Kern, C. Ingersoll, M. Fraker, N. Neumann. 

ABSENT: P. Costler (Co-Chairman), M. Sheesley, H. Scribner, J. Strong, R. Harris. 



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Radio Club 



FRONT ROW: B. Bartholomay, D. Strong, D. Johnston. 

BACK ROW: G. Fraker (KN9TYU), L. Clark (KN9UCE), D. Hoffman (K9RAW), W. Pugh 

(K9JJU), J. Canel, D. Reidy. 

FACULTY ADVISOR: Mr. Talley. 



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Middle School Council 



FRONT ROW: H. Potter (President-2nd term), J. Benson (Secretary-2nd term), G. Dam- 
mann (Secretary-lst term), S. Price (Vice President-lst term), J. Drake (Vice President- 
2nd term). 

2nd ROW: T. Fitzmorris, L. Durham, K. Siebold ,R. Wilcox, C. Johnson, G. Stern J Miller 
H. Stern. 

BACK ROW: B. Cohler, S. Hunt, S. Fitzmorris, M. Cain, T. Moore, B. Guenzel, R. Hamill 
ABSENT: D. Strong (President-lst term). 



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Special Chorus 



FRONT ROW: D. Vainder, B. Wells, R. Wilcox, C. Hurd, C. Howard, D. Ingersoll, F. Win- 
ston, T. Burdick, P. Kimball. 

2nd ROW: B. Purinton, S. Cranage, A. Conant, A. Purinton, B. Shafer, B. Dick, M. Jack, J. 
Sanders, S. Pettingell, R. Mayer, P. Thompson. 

3rd ROW: J. Benson, M. Morse, T. Brown, G. Dammann, A. French, R. Montgomery, P. 
Bowes, B. Ware, J. Darrow, C. Coburn. 

BACK ROW: C. Victor, K. Groves, J. Drake, T. Fitzmorris, K. Seibold, L. Durham, L. Rei- 
dy, H. Donaldson, M. Lynde, L. Dose, S. Fall. 



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Ski Club 





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Dramatics 






Vaude 



MATINEE AND 



No Business Like 

School Business Eighth Girls 

Hunting Song Seventh Girls 

Lemmon Sisters and Lime R. Merrick and 

Four Frosh Girls 

Can You Use Any Money Today T. Donaldson 

and R. Foote 

Cockeyed Optimist Three Sixth Girls 

Birth of the Blues, 

Basin Street Four Junior Girls 

Old Time Western Senior Boys 

A Boy Like That R. Hardy, P. Mitchell 

Sick, Sick, Sick P. Moore, B. Steel 

Scene from "St. Joan" B. Berndston 

If Grant Had Been 

Drinking at Appomattox Soph Boys 

Brush Up Your Shakespeare Four Soph Girls 

Pennies from Heaven Junior Girls 

I Want to Be Loved by You C. Kingery, 

M. Sheesley 

100 Ways to Lose a Man Four Soph Girls 

Deutscher Studenten Chor Ensemble 



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'ENING PERFORMANCES 



Thank Heaven for 

Little Girls Frosh Girls 

Four Hoarsemen Four Senior Boys 

Hi-Lili Hi-Lo V. Moreschi 

Siberia Three Soph Girls 

Oceana Roll J. Trieschmann, P. Cosier 

Bandits of Badrock ALa G&S Junior Boys 

Anything You Can Do P. Mitchell, 

P. Darrow 

I've Got Rhythm Senior Girls 

Merry Minuet N. Neumann 

Werner Von Braun G. Caspari 

Videosonicstereophonic Frosh Boys 

Collegiate Four Senior Girls 

In a Misty Mood A Cappella 

Finale Entire Cast 

Emcees N. Neumann, G. Caspari 

Co-Chairmen J- Ekman, B. Strong 

Business B - Everett 

Publicity R - Hardy 

Faculty Advisors Mr. Hill, 

Mrs. McFaddin, Mr. Allison 




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CAST 

Saturday cast listed last 

Celia Helen Scribner 

Patsy McKinney 

Leila Liz Ames 

Cindy Kingery 

Fleta Heather Pirie 

Fairy Queen Jean Wright 

Freddy Gardner 

Iolanthe Mary Sperling 

Strephon Nic Maremont 

Lee Kanes 

Phyllis Panny Mitchell 

Lord Chancellor John Webster 

Peter Darrow 

Train Bearer Rick Merrick 

Lord Tolloller Colin Graham 

Lord Mountararat Bob Strong 

Private. Willis Fred Turner 

Chorus of Fairies, Dukes, Marquises, Earls, Viscounts, 
and Barons 



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BY GILBERT AND SULLIVAN 

March 17, 18, and 19 

Musical Director Mr. Allison 

Stage Director Mr. Hill 

Accompanist Mrs. McFaddin 

Costumes Mrs. Kern and mothers 

Coordinator Patty Ostrom 

Assistant Coordinator Bob Spindell 

Business Marnie Winston 

Publicity News Ruth Hardy 

Publicity Art Strat Dick 

Scenery Painting Joe Loomis 

Leslie Spitz 

Scene Building, Stage Crew Bob Brickman 

Lighting Robin Benson 

Properties Virginia Caspari 

Prompter .' Estelle Miller 

Make-up Freshmen Girls 

Act I: An Arcadian Landscape 
Act II: Palace Yard, Westminster 






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SEATED: M. Fraker, P. Cosier, N. Neumann, R. Benson, M. Sheesley, G. Caspari. 
STANDING: B. Steel, B. Davis, R. Morgan, P. Moore, B. Strong, H. Hutchins. 
ABSENT: L. Fay, C. Graham. 



Senior Play 

DEATH TAKES A HOLIDAY 

Fedele Rick Merrick 

Cora Peggy Cosier 

Duke Lambert Biff Steel 

Alda Mitzie Fraker 

Duchess Stephanie Linda Fay 

Princess of San Luca Nancy Neumann 

Baron Cesarea Bob Davis 

Rhoda Fenton Margot Sheesley 

Eric Fenton Phil Moore 

Corrado Harley Hutchins 

Grazia Robin Benson 

Prince Sirki Bob Strong 

Major Whitread Riley Morgan 

Understudy Colin Graham 

Assistant Director, Understudy Virginia Caspari 

Director Mr. Hill 

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Varsity Football 



FRONT ROW: M. McCarty (Coach), B. Strong, J. Beck, R.Merrick, S. Boal, P. Moore 

(Co-Captain), J. Schnering (Co-Captain), B. Davis, P. Darrow. 

2nd ROW: B. Merrick, P. Bradtmiller, C. Shotwell, B. Steel, L. Stratford, J. Dern, H. 

Drake, C. Graham, R. Griffin, S. Parshall. 

BACK ROW: J. Loeb (Manager), L. Spitz, J. Loomis, T. Geraghty, G. Mercer, T. Ostrom, J. 

Wilson, J. Rant, K. Osgood, J. Westrich, B. Everett (Manager). 

ABSENT: J. Holland, H. Hutchins, R. Lambart (Coach). 



SECOND IN LEAGUE 




SCORES 




N.S. 


Opp. 


*18 Morgan Park 





*18 Glenwood 


7 


*26 St. George 


7 


27 Walther Luther 





13 Luther North 


32 


27 Wheaton 


o 


19 Luther South 





33 North Park 





* Non-league games 





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The Varsity football team of 1959 would like to dedicate this page to "Mac" McCarty 
and "Rick" Lambart in an attempt to express our appreciation of everything they have done 
for us. 

Mac has, in addition to coaching us in the fundamentals and fine points of football, 
helped us to gain courage and confidence in ourselves. Through him we have learned to meet 
a challenge head-on and try as best we can to overcome it, and we feel that this will be tre- 
mendously important to us during the rest of our lives. He has shown us how to stand on 
our own, but at the same time he has been forever ready to give us advice or help when we 
have needed it. Mac is not only a terrific coach, he is one of the finest persons we have ever 
known. 

Rick has been associated with North Shore football since 1933. His knowledge, guidance, 
and understanding have been an invaluable experience for us and for teams of the past. His 
patience and his understanding of us have brought us through many crises which we could 
not have successfully negotiated alone. He has instilled in us the will to win, but at the same 
time he has shown that above all it is most important that we do the best we can. His de- 
votion to us is matched only by our devotion to him. 

These two men have given a spirit to the 1959 football team which will never be forgot- 
ten. It is to them that we attribute our success, as a team and as individuals. We would like 
to take this opportunity to express our deepest thanks and gratitude to Mac and Rick. 




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Varsity Hockey 

FRONT ROW: J. Trieschmarm, L. Howe, P. McKinney, C. Walk, C. Kern, M. Sheesley 
(Captain) P. Ostrom (Manager), P. Lang, E. Rockwell, J. Burdick, B. Allison, S. Dayton. 
BACK ROW: L. Moore, B. Kneibler, V. Jackson, F. Gardner, H. Geraghty, S. Denson, C. 
Strong, Miss Spencer (Coach), N. Kneibler, J. Ferry, A. Heubner, L. Wavering, N. Osgood 
J. Brew, M. Winston. 
ABSENT: H. Scribner, S. Ware. 





SCORES 






N.S. 




OpF 


1st Team 


5 


Roycemore 





2nd Team 


16 







1st Team 


2 


Francis Parker 





2nd Team 


6 







1st Team 


7 


Faulkner 





2nd Team 


5 








Ferry Hall - cancelled 
Milwaukee Downer - cancelled 



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Cheerleading 



HIGH SCHOOL: C. Kern, J. Brew, V. Moreschi, J. Trieschmann, P. Magie, R. Hardy. 
MIDDLE SCHOOL: J. Drake, S. Hunt, J. Brew, G. Stern, S. Fitzmorris, H. Potter (alter- 
nate). 




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Varsity Basketball 

SEATED: B. Everett, J. Loeb, B. Davis (Captain), R. Morgan, B. Steel. 
STANDING: F. Turner, J. Loomis, J. Wilson, B. Merrick, Mr. McCarty (Coach). 
ABSENT: P. Moore, R. Griffin, H. Hutchins, J. Schnering. 




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TIED FOR FOURTH IN LEAGUE 
SCORES 



North Shore 




Opponent 


*33 


Timothy Christian 


31 


52 


Glenwood School 


21 


56 


Walther Luther 


35 


*57 


Morgan Park 


14 


*51 


Lake Forest 


47 


46 


Luther South 


41 


48 


Francis Parker 


35 


30 


Chicago Christian 


50 


42 


North Park 


40 


*44 


Timothy Christian 


48 


38 


University High 


51 


41 


Luther North 


56 


44 


Harvard 


42 


32 


Wheaton 


62 


54 


Elgin 


31 


*30 


North Park 


35 


48 


Chicago Latin 


39 


*36 


Lake Forest 


31 


**43 


North Park 


52 



* Non-League games 
** Private School League Tournament 



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Varsity Golf 



FRONT ROW: C. Shotwell, P. Moore, (Caddy) O. Borge, J. 
Westrich. 

BACK ROW: B. Steel, B. Strong, H. Hutchins, R. Fall. 
ABSENT: J. Rant, F. Turner, G. Smith (Coach). 




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Girls' Basketball 



SEATED: L. Howe, J. Burdick, V. Moreschi, A. Wilder. J. Brew. L. Borchert. 
STANDING: Miss Spencer (Coach), J. Gillispie, M. Sheesley, A. Huebner, N. Janus (Man- 
ager), F. Gardner (Captain), N. Kneibler, S. Denson, P. Lang, P. McKinney. 
ABSENT: L. Moore. 




Varsity Baseball 



FRONT ROW: B. Merrick, B. Everett, R. Merrick, S. Boal, Mr. McCarty (Coach). 
BACK ROW: L. Morgan, R. Basile, B. Bartholomay, T. Geraghty, T. Ostrom, G. Mercer, E. 
Freund, P. Bradtmiller, S. Dick. 
ABSENT: R. Griffin (Captain). 



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Ice Hockey 



LEFT TO RIGHT: T. Boal, S. Boal, J. Beck, T. Harris, R. Merrick, B. Strong, C. Shotwell, 
J. Rant, A. Fisher, T. Loeb, G. Fraker. 
ABSENT:. D. Reidy. 




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Varsity Tennis 



STANDING: T. Harris, B. Gottschalk, H. Drake, P. Moore, M. Winston, J. Loomis, J. Bur- 
dick, B. Winston, N. Kneibler, L. Moore, J. Ferry, L. Borchert, A. Huebner. 
SEATED: F. Gardner (Captain), H. Geraghty, S. Denson. 
ABSENT: J. Loeb (Captain). 




Sailing 



LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Howe (Vice-Commodore), C. Graham (Commodore), A. Fisher, L. 
Jennings, T. Loeb, P. Ferry, T. Dietzgen, C. Walk, C. Ingersoll, J. French, C. Kern. 
ABSENT: F. Kelley, H. Pirie, S. Sewell, D. Rathbun, T. Donaldson, P. Eldridge. 




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Frosh-Soph Baseball 

FRONT ROW: R. Basile, L. Morgan, E. Freund, T. Boal. 

BACK ROW: B. Bartholomay, B. Schupmann, M. Wartman, J. Canel, C. Hunt, R. Cahan, 

G. Schulz, S. Hawxhurst. 

ABSENT: G. Fraker, S. Russ. 




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Frosh-Soph Football 

FRONT ROW: B. Brickman, F. Deknatel, R. Hoffman, B. Gottschalk, J. Howe, R. Cahan, 

J. Strong. 

2nd ROW: L. Jennings, R. Basile, D. Reidy, L. Morgan, G. Fraker, M. Wartman, B. Schup- 

mann. 

3rd ROW: Mr. Bockius (Coach), Mr. Pynchon (Coach), T. Loeb, W. Pugh, T. Harris, J. De- 

laney, A. Fisher, L. Clark (Manager), N. Maremont (Coach), R. Morgan (Coach). 

BACK ROW: S. Russ, S. Hawxhurst, P. Young, T. Boal, J. Callander, M. Sisskind, B. Bar- 

tholomay, G. Schulz, R. Knopf, R. Preston, M. Krause, T. Dietzgen. 

ABSENT: O. Borge, T. Geraghty, C. Hunt, B. Mercer, D. Ranney. 




Frosh-Soph Basketball 

FRONT ROW: E. Freund, M. Wartman, J. Delaney, B. Schupmann, G. Schulz, G. Fraker, 

S. Hawxhurst. 

BACK ROW: L. Morgan, R. Cahan, T. Geraghty, G. Mercer, B. Gottschalk, B. Bartholo- 

may, R. Basile, L. Clark (Manager). 

COACHES: Mr. Post, Mr. Bockius. 

ABSENT: R. Fall, S. Russ. 



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Middle School Basketball 



SEATED: J. Fletcher, B. Groves, T. Moore, N. Babson, R. Hamill. 

KNEELING: D. Strong, J. Boyd, Mr. Steel (Coach), J. Doolittle, M. Cain, B. Guenz 




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Middle School Football 

FRONT ROW: R. Dear, D. Strong, B. Guenzel, C. Lunding, J. Doolittle, J. Boyd, M. Cain, 

R. Hamill. 

2nd ROW: D. Johnston, S. Sommer, J. Reidy, J. Fletcher, T. Moore, B. Stanton, N. Babson, 

J. Alsdorf, B. Groves. 

3rd ROW: J. Berglund, J. Benson, J. Darrow, D. Philipsborn, L. Dose, S. Price, K. Freund, 

M. Mickey. 

4th ROW: J. Chamberlin, J. Caine, G. Burnell, B. Hutchins, B. Davis, T. Brown, B. Scrib- 

ner, L. Mitchell, C. Hawxhurst. 

5th ROW: S. Babson, T. Mouzakeotis, J. Sperling, R. Weary, C. Johnson, J. Gordon, C. 

Schreiner, B. Wilcox, P. Wilson. 

6th ROW: P. Benson, T. Burdick, D. Ingersoll, R. Mortimer, R. Paul, M. Brickman, C. 

Gardner, G. Quaal, H. Stern. 

BACK ROW (Coaches), Mr. Ostrom, Mr. Nold, Mr. Steel. 

ABSENT: J. Hetenyi, J. Swift, P. Bowes, J. Gardner, B. Geraghty. 




Middle School Hockey 

FRONT ROW: M. Chambers, G. Stern, I. Benoist, J. Brew, D. Strong, J. Drake, J. Miller. 

P. Pettingell, S. Fitzmorris, R. Montgomery, B. Cohler. 

2nd ROW: C. Howard, S. Kopple, M. Morse, L. Moore, A. Young, E. Howe, P. Vainder, H. 

Potter, L. Miller, S. Hunt, B. Bulger. 

3rd ROW: L. Griswold, M. Lynde, C. Wilkinson, B. Wells, A. Purinton, E. Kent, S. Elliott. 

G. Foltz, T. Fitzmorris, G. Barber, J. Drake, C. Hurd, N. Boal. 

BACK ROW: A. French, S. Fall, N. Scribner, C. Groves, B. Ware, P. Kimball, G. Dam- 

mann, B. Ratcliffe, O. Huston, M. Paul, H. Donaldson. 

ABSENT: L. Reidy. L. Durham. K. Seibold. 



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NORTH SHORE COUNTRY 
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1956 



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"Isn't this fun?! We move the library today, Leicester 
tomorrow,. . ." 



"Mornin' Misher Frensh." 






'Wake up, sir, it's your move! 



"Oh, Hi Riley!" 



Study hall at one second after 3:30 on Friday 



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Senior Class Will 



Robin Benson 
Jim Beck 
Ginny Caspari 
Stu Boal 
Peggy Cosier 
Peter Darrow 
Jean Ekman 
Bob Davis 
Linda Fay 

Bruce Everett 
Mitzi Fraker 
Colin Graham 
Freddy Gardner 
Ruffin Harris 
Ruth Hardy 
Jim Holland 

Niki Janus 
Harley Hutchins 
Cindy Kingery 

Lee Kanes 
Estelle Miller 

Jon Loeb 
Nancy Neumann 

Rick Merrick 
Patty Ostrom 
Phil Moore 
Margot Sheesley 

Riley Morgan 
Jill Trieschmann 
Steve Parshall 
Lynne Wavering 
Joe Schnering 
Alice Wilder 

Biff Steel 
Mamie Winston 

Bob Strong 
Jean Wright 

John Webster 
Vicki Jackson 



My membership in the Stage Crew to any able-bodied girl. 

The Hi-Fi to Dusty Reidy. 

My diet bread to Ann Darrow, my love of TV commercials to Chip. 

My Willy's Jeepster to Ted. 

The space I take up when I park my car to everyone who needs it. 

My method of getting a gold basketball to Varsity Ed. 

Tuesdays to Tom Harris and thirteen glorious years to the first to speak up. 

My ability to hang from the rim by my nose and dunk with both hands to "Tip-Toe." 

My tickets to Strat Dick, my Advanced Algebra book to Mr. Allison, and my genius 

as the "Pathfinder" to Molly. 
I'm taking mine with me. 

"B.B.B." and my artistic ability to Peggy and "Oswold" to George. 
My sparkling personality, but to whom? 

To Judy Brew my masculine qualitites and to Lucy Moore my split ends. 
My will to live! live! live! to Mr. French. 

My lack of tension to B. P. and my bowling shoes to Mme. Valvo. 
My leather jacket to Guy Mercer and my ability to accomplish the live part of "Live 

and Serve" to Caryl Benson. 
My guided missile to anyone who is misguided. 
Life. 
My love of the theatre to Mr. Porterfield and my partiality to a certain school to 

Mr. Post- 
A bar of soap to the student body. 
My powers of organization to Judy Brew and four more glorious years at North 

Shore to my sister. 

My ability to understand the world to Mr. Post. 

The Gurnee Throne to Peggy Magie and my membership in the Tall Girls' Club to 

Mme. Valvo. 
The pink truck to Bill. 

The patience etc. needed to manage the hockey team to Pasty. 
All my fine qualities ??? to Joe Loomis 
My membership in the F.B.I, to Val, my ability to dean fish to Magoo, and my love 

of "Michael" to Cindy. 
My ever-present "Dentyne" supply to Gance. 
My marvelous ability with numbers to the Math department. 
My contempt for facade to Cynthia Walk. 
My membership in the L.H.C. to Sherryl Ware. 
My football uniform to my little sister. 
My loud voice to anyone who needs to call Study Hall to order, and all my success 

in Latin to Kit. 
All the free time I never had to Cindy and Harry and SNOW to the Ski Club. 
My gay carefree attitude to Cissy, my innocence to Val, and Current Events to any 

industrious Junior who wants it. 
Five more Strongs to ole North Shore. 
The hundreds of patient hours of Physics help that Mr. Talley has given me to any 

other unfortunate soul who needs them. 
My Promethian, multisyllabic verbiage to Mr. Post. 
My voice to anyone who wants it. 



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It is with pride that once again through the medium of 
photography we have been able to fashion a graphic record 
of your school year — a pride stemming doubly from the 
knowledge that herein not only have we helped to create a 
record of so much meaning to each of you, but in so doing 
we have had the opportunity to share warm pleasant associa- 
tions with so many. 

Always, as years pass, this record will have a special place 
in your heart for it will be the visible token of the wonderful 
experience of your growing years, rich in the foundation of 
true and lasting friendship. 

Our heartiest congratulations to all! 

Cordially, 

John Howell and Craftsmen 



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The Class of 1960 
In Ten Years 



Jim - originator of "ski-in" theatre 

Robin - another Greta Garbo 

Stu - St. Louis Jeep salesman 

Ginny - Rogers, Hammerstein, and Caspari 

Peter - winner of history quiz show 

Peggy - editor of "True Mystery Stories" magazine 

Bob - a southern gentleman 

Jean - mother of seven children living in Cactus, Arizona 

Linda - owner of the "Red Onion" 

Colin - understudy for Rudy Valley 

Mitzi - interior decorator of the "Fickle Pickle" 

Roger - assistant chemist at ?? 

Freddy - first woman to schuss Jungfrau 

Ruffin - writer of new history outline book 

Ruth - chief of Tepee mountain mule train 

Jim - pizza chef, English teacher 

Vicki - model in Tahiti 

Harley - theorist 

Niki - founder of ice swimming organization 

Lee - philosopher 

Cindy - owner of lighthouse off Cape Cod 

Jon - Diplomat to India 

Estelle - owner of gambling establishment in New Orleans 

Nick - head of Jaguar corporation 

Nancy - in a penthouse retreat in New York 

Rick - sultan 

Patty - first woman to journey to the center of the earth for rocks 

Phil - tranquilizer tester 

Margot - horse breaker at Camelback 

Riley - Ipana smiler 

Jill - Chevy saleswoman in Mexico 

Steve - driving teacher 

Lynne - Wisconsin snake farm director 

Joe - Olympic discus thrower 

Alice - sports car enthusiast in New Mexico 

Biff - owner of windjammer 

Mamie - senator from California 

Bob - builder of second Stronghold 

Jean - understudy for Lady Godiva 

John - jazz pianist at Carnegie Hall 



Congratulations to you all! 



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Graduates 



Do Not Forget The Reunion of 



'he Class of I960 



»n June 17, 7 970 



in the auditorium of 



The North Shore Country Day School 



Please create as little commotion as possible on the campus as our solemn, 

studious, and quiet reputation must be upheld. 
All husbands, wives children, and any other newly acquired articles are 
cordially invited to attend. 



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Courses exclusively for 
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For the Fashion Conscious 

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Thank You! 



The staff of the Mirror of 1960 would 
like to extend its appreciation to all the stu- 
dents, faculty, and others who helped contri- 
bute to the success of the Mirror, and espe- 
cially to Mr. Vogel and Mr. Howell. 

We also would like to thank our adver- 
tisers. It is hoped that their friendship to the 
school will be rewarded by increased patroni- 
zation by NSCDS students and parents. 



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